Recruiting Information

NCAA Division I Core Academic Course Requirements

  • 4 years English
  • 2 years math (one year algebra and one year geometry or one year of a higher-level mathematics course for which geometry is a prerequisite)
  • 2 years social science
  • 2 years natural or physical science (including one lab course, iif offered by your high school)
  • 1 year additional course in English, math or natural or physical science)
  • 2 years additional years of academic courses in any of the above areas, or in foreign language, computer science, philosophy or comparative religion

NCAA Division I Grade and Test Score Requirements

Starting in the fall of 1996, if you want to play at the NCAA Division I level, you will need to use this sliding scale to determine what SAT or ACT scores is needed to practice, compete and receive athletic scholarships as a freshman. The higher the GPA, the lower the test score required.

GPA ACT SAT
2.500+ 

66,67,681

700

820

2.475 

69

710

830

2.450

70

720

840-850

2.425

70

730

860

2.400

71

740

860

2.375

72

750

870

2.350

73

760

880

2.325

74

770

890

2.300

75

780

900

2.275

76

790

910

2.250

77

800

920

2.225

78

810

930

2.200

79

820

940

2.175

80

830

950

2.150

80

840

960

2.125

81

850

960

2.100

82

860

970

2.075

83

870

980

2.050

84

880

990

2.025

85

890

1000

2.000

86

900

1010

     
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